ASUS ROG Spatha X Wireless Mouse Review
Published: 30th November 2021 | Source: ASUS | Price: |
Up Close - Continued
At the front you can see the deep scalloping of the buttons as well as the USB Type-C connector for wired gameplay if you so choose. The scroll-wheel is also - in conjunction with the DPI button - able to adjust your sensitivity on the fly if you so choose.
With a pinkie shelf and a grip panel on the very outer edge the right hand side is perfectly designed to cater to you regardless of your grip style.
We cannot emphasise enough what a difficult task it is to give you a lot of buttons on the side whilst ensuring that you don't accidentally press one, nor are unable to find the one you need in the midst of a tense battle. The Spatha X design solves all of these issues in one fell swoop. Comfortable and functional. What more can you ask?
The robust metal chassis is what gives the Spatha X its weight, but also its sturdiness. We particularly like how the angular nature of the design on the underside apes that of the top.
Lastly the lighting is up to ASUS usual exceptional standards with customisable zones and all the colours of the rainbow.